Tradition in the mountains of Provence
Southern France, and especially the Lubéron Massif, is a place associated with pleasure, where people live the good life under the sun and to the chanting of cicadas. At the foot of the Alpilles you'll find Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, also known as "the little capital of the Alpilles", whose historical heritage is exceptionally rich. At the heart of this small village, which has managed to preserve its traditions and personality, the Mas de l'Amarine is a guest house made for you. It welcomes you all year round so you can experience the rhythms of the férias, the transhumance festival or the horse fair.
Stay in a Provençal farmhouse
Your stay in Provence will not disappoint you: packed full of pleasure with innumerable walks, gourmet cuisine with activities centred on wine and exquisite food, or relaxation in a spa. And why not stay in an authentic, renovated farmhouse? The Mas de l'Amarine is an extraordinary location which makes it a choice place to stay over on the Southern route. With design combining tradition and modernity, the Mas de l'Amarine offers a holiday setting that's out of the ordinary. Its gourmet restaurant, which offers expertly prepared local cuisine, is one of the best places to dine in Provence. Take the time to savour the pleasures of Provençal produce!
An historic habitat
It's not surprising that the painter Roger Bezombes, a friend of Gauguin, set up home at the Mas de l'Amarine, in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence. Situated at the foot of the Alpilles, this former sheep barn has successfully undergone renovation work to make it an unrivalled guest house at the very heart of Provence. Always bathed in radiant sunshine, this location is absolutely perfect for relaxation, or even laziness! The pleasure is absolute, when you take the time to bask in the sun in the gardens. This refined but friendly establishment has survived the centuries to offer you the holiday of your dreams, under the Southern sun.